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Amos Robert Rogers

Rifleman 474210 12th Battalion London Regiment (The Rangers)
Died 5 May 1917
Buried in Tank Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France
Remembered on Tongham War Memorial

Amos Robert Rogers was born in Tongham in 1882, the son of James and Mary.

The 1891, 1901 and 1911 censuses record the family living at Tongham Green, near the Cricketers.

Robert married Emma Jane Pink in St Luke Church South Kensington 1 August 1904. He was then a farm labourer. The 1911 census records that they were living in Fulham and had two children, and that Robert was a milk carrier.

Soldiers Died records that Robert was born in Tongham and lived in Fulham. His medals card records that he was previously 8051.

Robertís service record tells us that he enlisted 8 July 1916 in West London. He gave his address as 42 Kingwood Road, Fulham, and his trade as a milk carrier, and he had three children. His mother Mary Rogers lived at Tongham Green, Farnham; and his sister Clara lived at 3 Smiths Cottages, Tongham. Robert went to France 23 November 1916.

Tongham Great War Roll of Honour


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